Two of the biggest names in telecommunications in the European continent -- Deutsche Telekom -- have extended their official support for Google’s RCS (Rich Communications Service) messaging service, as did Globe, a top mobile operator in the Philippines. The plan is that these carriers will preinstall Android Messages (the new rebranded version of Messenger for Android) as the default native messaging app for their respective mobile users.
A few days ago, leaked images emerged showing Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8. But now, it appears that the specifications of the South Korean phone maker’s newest flagship device have been leaked by none other than Evan Blass (because, who else?) via a Twitter post.
Specifically, the specs are for the Galaxy S8 Plus. Of course, Samsung has not confirmed anything yet, but the leaked information may be worth checking out nonetheless:
Reliable leaker (if there is such a thing) Evan Blass has posted a tweet that appears to show LG’s upcoming flagship device, the G6, rendered from all angles. Based on the leaked image, the smartphone is pretty much consistent with recent rumors -- the renders suggest that the G6 may sport a dual lens camera configuration, as well as a fingerprint reader on the rear side.
Google has managed to convince mobile operator Telenor to team up with the tech giant in pursuing its Rich Communications Services (RCS) related efforts. For those not familiar with RCS, this is a new messaging tech envisioned to bring a more enriched messaging experience to mobile users, mostly by allowing iMessage style functionalities like group chatting, read receipt features, and sharing of high resolution images.
ZTE may have decided to shut down its Hawkeye handset, but fans of the Chinese phone maker’s products will have something to look forward to during this year’s Mobile World Congress, scheduled to happen this coming February 27th until March 2nd in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain. This is because the company is expected to showcase a new smartphone that is capable of supporting connection speeds of up to 1 gbps.
One of the hottest tech events, the Mobile World Congress, is about to take place in Barcelona, Spain in a few days. And as the date comes closer, smartphone manufacturers are sending out invites and teasers for the devices they are gearing up to debut during the event. Today, we are treated to a mysterious video teaser from Huawei. Although the video does not directly show the P10 smartphone Huawei is expected to launch at MWC, many can not help but make this connection.
Yup, you read that headline right. According to mobile news leaker extraordinaire Evan Blass (reporting via Venture Beat), HMD Global, the Finnish phone maker that now manufactures next generation smartphone devices bearing the Nokia brand name, has plans to release a new handset called the Nokia 3310.
According to a report posted by Forbes, Samsung apparently published a support page for the Galaxy S8 Plus on its official website for the Indian mobile market (the content of the page has since been removed).
A couple of days ago, it was reported that Samsung was looking to incorporate an artificial intelligence digital assistant called Bixby into its upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship device (which is said to be debuting in March, with shipping dates commencing by Apr
For the past few years, virtual reality has become a big thing, especially with smartphones adapting to this technology. One of the best ways you can experience VR is through Google's Daydream platform. There is, however, a catch.
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